Industry, academia and beyond

We work with a broad group of industries, enterprises and institutions, from public safety to railways, from large enterprises to energy and water companies, and from healthcare to academic institutions, amongst others.


Future X for industries. We introduced our 'Future X for industries' strategy and architecture, developed by our Bell Labs, to drive dramatic productivity improvements across a wide range of industry sectors. As technologies such as Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT); edge cloud supporting augmented intelligence and advanced security analytics; and end-to-end 5G capable networks become a reality, they will radically speed up the digital transformation of industries such as manufacturing, logistics, transportation and energy, as well as governments and cities. Our holistic approach promises to help drive a new era of productivity and human-machine interaction that will unlock trillions of dollars of economic value in the next decade.

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Nokia and Telia conduct Industry 4.0 trial in Finland with 5G. Nokia, Finnish operator Telia and Intel have successfully conducted an industrial trial leveraging the ultra-low latency, high-bandwidth capabilities of 5G to support time-critical applications and enhance production and efficiency in a manufacturing environment.

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5G skills accelerator with the University of Technology Sydney, Australia. Nokia partnered with the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) to launch a new training facility - the Nokia 5G Skills Accelerator – that will increase Australian industry knowledge and skills in next-generation telecommunications technologies such as 5G and foster their integration into Australian academic programs.

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New 5G Alliance for Connected Industries and Automation. Pervasive reliable wireless mobile connectivity for people and machine-type communications will allow companies to increase productivity, efficiency, and boost innovation in segments such as automotive, healthcare, logistics, agriculture, energy, mining, transportation, manufacturing, venues and smart cities.

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